Another build off season comes to an end. Its been a few years since I've been involved in a build off and, honestly, I wasn't planning on competing this year. One day I had a funky idea for a bike using up some old parts, lo and behold it was build off season so here we go! It's not crazy. It's not over the top. But its absolutely everything I intended for it to be and maybe the most realistically ride-able bike in the build off. I built this bike like I build my cars, a little rusty and ratty with a bad@$$ set of wheels and modern running gear. Without further ado, meet ChromeDoubt. Specs: Frame Generic (and admittedly, modern) steel fixie frame Fork 700c steel fixie fork Rolling Gear Bontrager Racelite wheelset Duro Ride Your Cause tires Running Gear Campagnolo Centaur Crankset Campagnolo Centaur Brakes Campagnolo Centaur Chain Campagnolo pedals, cages, and straps Cockpit 80s Huffy mountain bike bars Icon 1" threaded quill stem Leatherwork Brooks B72 saddle Handmade leather grips Finish Solid rust on all steel parts using my top secret flash rusting process; I acheived this finish on the frame and fork in only a couple hours. Shiny aluminum tidbits for contrast Lightest bike in the build off? 21 lb 6 oz Results!